Professor Stenger's Retirement Party
Masterson's, 1830 South 3rd Street, Louisville, KY
On February 12, the law school will celebrate Bob Stenger as he retires from 46 years of college and university teaching; thirty-five of those were at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law.
Bob Stenger taught in the School of Religion of the University of Iowa before joining the faculty of the Brandeis School of Law. He earned a master's degree in Philosophy (with specialization in Ethics) from Saint Thomas College, a doctorate in Theology from The Catholic University of America, and a J.D. from the College of Law of the University of Iowa. At Brandeis he has taught Torts; Property; Decedents' Estates and Trusts; Domestic Relations; Conflict of Laws; Constitutional Law; History of Law; Law, Language and Ethics; Introduction to Legal Study; Jurisprudence; and Legal Method.Bob has published articles on constitutional law, decedents' estates, family law, bioethics, and legal education. He has also been active in faculty governance as a member, vice chair and chair of the Faculty Senate, Faculty Trustee, Faculty Director of the Board of Directors of the University of Louisville Athletic Association, and as a member of many university-wide committees, including the Human Studies Committee (University of Louisville IRB) and the University of Louisville Hospital Ethics Committee. He also serves on the Matrimonial Tribunal of the Archdiocese of Louisville.